City's pilot composting collection expands to more parts of Brooklyn

The program calls for residents to recycle items

The program calls for residents to recycle items such as food scraps and vegetables.

A pilot program aimed at keeping the borough green has taken off with such a bang that it is now expanding.

The Department of Sanitation started a composting collection project last year in Windsor Terrace, Greenwood and Park Slope. Now, the program is expanding to other parts of the borough, so be on the lookout for a brown bin.

Residents living in one of the designated areas are asked...

Content Preview This content is exclusive for Optimum, Time Warner®, Comcast®, customers with access to News 12.

Already registered or an Optimum customer?
Log in
Time Warner®, Comcast® or Service ElectricSM customer?
Create an account
Not a customer?


advertisement | advertise on News 12

advertisement | advertise on News 12

More News

News 12 is featuring great tips to help Nutrition tips for a healthier you Viewers weigh in on trending topics in our Viewers weigh in on hot topics What are some of the best things in Find out what's Best in Brooklyn